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Having Hunters’ Backs: The NRA HLF’s Year in Review

Here's a look back at 2022 as we continue reporting news from the hunting front.

A Bobcat for Mama

The author’s hunt stirred thoughts of his mother, who passed away that very day.

Washington Governor to Be Sued for Appointing Anti-Hunters to Wildlife Commission

Stacking the commission through biased appointments violates state code.

Black Death … in More Ways Than One

Once again, we see how hunter-backed operations help to sustain wildlife species.

Hillsdale College Honors Veterans with a Free Day of Shooting Sports

The campus’ world-class Halter Shooting Center gives back to those who served.

New Study Touts Impact of Hunting and Shooting Access on National R3 Movement

Land access issues directly affect those we seek to recruit, retain and reactivate.

Why Due Diligence Is Critical When Booking an Overseas Hunt

Planning that first safari? Here’s how to make sure it’s everything you dreamed.

Federal Funding Approved to Battle Chronic Wasting Disease

The Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2023, will aid CWD research and management.

Meeting Demand by Building Shooting Ranges with Excise Tax Funds

Take advantage of funding opportunities to build a range near you.

Feral “Swine Bomb” Explodes Across Louisiana

A study shows the state’s 1.2 million feral hogs cause $91 million in annual damages.

Another Group Petitions Feds to Ban Lead Ammo on Public Lands

Sidestepping science, the real goal is to hinder participation in hunting and shooting.

NRA Online Hunter Education Course Certifies 100,000th Hunter

The milestone is one more example of how the NRA meets hunters’ needs.

The Art of a Thanksgiving Hunt

Giving thanks for nature’s bounty extends to appreciating the artists who showcase it.

The Direct Link: Working for Wildlife

Georgia is one of many states offering insight into hunter-conservationists’ ultimate career.

Federal Judge Rolls Back Montana Wolf Quotas to 2020 Numbers

The temporary restraining order ignores solid science and management data.

NJ Governor Reinstates Bear Hunt, Cites “Data is Clear: Our Black Bear Population Is Growing”

Supporting the science, the move ends the long tug-of-war over the state’s bear hunt.

$20K Florida Python Challenge Helps to Manage the Everglades’ Invasive Species

The annual contest aids both the ecosystem and biodiversity.

Celebrating Thanksgiving Year-Round through Hunters’ Culture of Generosity

The Wild Harvest Initiative tracks the value of sharing our wild game harvests.

Wyoming Grizzly Bear Attack Amplifies Need for Species’ Management

More humans are harmed as the recovered species remains delisted.

New Jersey Aims to Circumvent Carry Rights Gains with New Legislation

Assembly Bill 4769 ignores the U.S. Supreme Court’s Bruen decision.
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